Photographs taken for the former Peninsula-Times Tribune newspaper.
The Peninsula-Times Tribune was organized in April 1979 from a merger of the Palo Alto Times and the Redwood City Tribune,
both owned by the parent company Peninsula Newspapers Incorporated. The paper ceased publishing in 1993.
6 linear feet (approx. 7,665 photographs)
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